2013 Indie of the Year search has begun

It’s nearing the end of the year, and you know what that means – game of the year reveals are just around the corner! IndieDB, along with digital distribution website Desura, has started its search for the Players’ Choice Independent Game of the Year.

Chivalry: Medieval Warfare reigned supreme in 2012 after amassing a record 78,000 votes, while Terraria and Minecraft won the title in 2011 and 2010, respectively. Voting booths have been added to all game profiles on IndieDB so players can vote for their favorite game of 2013.

Scott Reismanis, the Founder of IndieDB, commented, “Indie DB has grown massively this year, as indies continue their meteoric rise propelled by Sony, Microsoft and all publishers looking to score the next indie darling. Nominations have already started to pour in, and it is exciting to see the games jostling for a spot in the top 100 which will be announced on the 11th of December.”

It’s safe to say that with so many amazing indie releases in the past year, the race for GOTY will be close. Check out IndieDB by January 1st to cast your vote, and leave a comment below letting us know your favorite indie game of 2013.